Beauty and Brains: Four Distinguished Female Police Public Relations Officers in Nigeria.

They are beautiful and look really stunning, but don’t you dare with this gorgeous ladies in uniform. They are sure making impact in their field of endeavour:

Assistant Superintendent of Police, Nwode Nkeriuka is the first female Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in Anambra State Police Command, South-East Nigeria. She holds a bachelor of science degree (B.SC. Hons) in sociology and anthropology from the Ebonyi State University and hails from Ezza North  Local Government of Ebonyi State.

 
Before her recent appointment as the first female PPRO Anambra State Police Command, ASP Nkeriuka Nwode was attached to the Department of Operations, Anambra State Police Command. This stunning beauty in uniform has attended several conferences, seminars, locally and internationally on policing as well as other areas relevant to general policing.

The Nigeria Police, Anambra State Command kickstarted the new year on a good slate, following the award bestowed on the Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Nkeiruka Nwode on the new year day as the Best Police Public Relations Officer(PPRO) the state ever had since the creation of the state in 1991 by the Ezeoye Development Association, Nibo Community,  Awka South Local Area of the State.

Olabisi Alofe-Kolawole was the first female force public relations officer (FPRO) of the Nigeria Police Force following her appointment by the former inspector general of police,Solomon Arase.

Olabisi Kolawole is a graduate of Nigeria Police Academy; she studied Law in Ogun State University and graduated with Bachelor of Law degree (LL.B) in 2000. She graduated from the Nigeria Law School where she obtained a (BL) degree and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2002. She attended University of Leicester, United Kingdom where she obtained a Masters degree in Police Leadership and Management (PLM).


She is an officer with vast policing experience at both national and international levels. At national level she has held several positions including Legal Adviser, Administration officer, Intelligence officer and Force Gender Adviser among others. At the international level, she served in the following United Nations Missions; in East-Timor 2000, Kosovo 2004, Liberia 2006 and at the DPKO UNHQ, New York 2007.

 

Dolapo Opeyemi Badmus, a Superintendent of Police,is the Lagos Police Command Public Relations Officer, PPRO.  She joined the force in August 2002 as an Assistant Superintendent of Police (Course 21 Batch) after intensive training at the Police Academy, Wudil, Kano, Kano State.

She is a graduate of Accounting and also a post graduate degree holder in Public Administration.

Ngozi Conchita Braide, a Deputy Superintendent was appointed as the Lagos State Police Command Public Relations Officer on June 11, 2012 making her the first ever female PPRO and Lagos’s 16th.

She joined the Nigeria Police Force in 1996 as a Cadet Inspector and was part of the United Nations Peace Keeping Operation in Liberia in 2006 where she was appointed the head of Finance Unit of the United Nations Police in Liberia.

Ngozi also served with International Criminal Police Organisation, INTERPOL between 1999 – 2003. In 2007, she worked at Force Intelligence Bureau (FIB) and Special Fraud Unit.

Ngozi who hails from Imo State is a graduate of English from the Lagos State University.

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